Kylie Jenner's 22nd Birthday Trip to Italy - Guest List Revealed!

Kylie Jenner

Travis Scott kick-starts Kylie Jenner's 22nd birthday celebrations by filling her house up with rose petals, setting new couple goals and clearly making a mockery of common lovers. The couple was spotted getting cozy on Wednesday while heading to dinner on a yacht in Positano, a village on southern Italy's Amalfi Coast.

Kylie shared the flowery scene with fans on Monday in a video she posted on Instagram, adding the caption: "My house is covered in ROSES". It would be fascinating to find out how's her birthday celebrations are gonna be like.

Kylie and Travis have been dating since 2017, shortly after Jenner broke up with Tyga. She bared some cleavage in a thin-strapped black top. According to People, Kylie and her beau Travis coloured the streets of Capri with their love on Thursday.

Kylie and crew boarded a private jet to Italy for her lavish birthday getaway on August 6.

Look at this pic from the landing area Tuesday evening at the Van Nuys Airport ... there's a streaming, padded, white dress projecting out the base of a suitcase as it's stacked into the plane. Kim married husband Kanye West in Florence on May 24, 2014.

The publication reports that Kylie was joined by Travis, as well as their daughter Stormi Webster, Kylie's mother Kris Jenner, her partner Corey Gamble. FYI, Kylie turns 22 this weekend and Travis Scott is leaving no stone unturned to make sure that his lady love has the best birthday ever. The makeup mogul herself has previously said she will not keep her future wedding and engagement a secret.

What's more ... numerous Kardashian-associated sources let us know, she's not getting hitched on the excursion.

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